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MR. DINK: Whoa whoa, slow down boys. I can't understand what you're saying.
SKEETER: You're not going to believe what happened! It all started.
MR. DINK: That's quite a tale boys.
SKEETER: Don't you believe us?
MR. DINK: Well it's just that, well you know
people have been telling tall tales like that forever.
You need concrete evidence.
DOUG FUNNIE: Should we show him now?
MR. DINK: Show me what?
SKEETER: Mr. Dink? Meet Herman Melville, the monster of Lucky Duck Lake!
MR. DINK: Whoa! Hello, Bluffington Gazette? This is Bud Dink, has tomorrow's edition gone to print yet?
I have big news!
MAYOR TIPPI DINK: You mean to tell me that he came out of that polluted lake?
DOUG FUNNIE AND SKEETER: Yeah, you bet!
SKEETER: No! Herman, don't eat that.
DOUG FUNNIE: It's the story of the century Mayor Tippy.
MAYOR TIPPI DINK: This may be bigger news then we think. Bud, hang up!
MR. DINK: Dear?
MAYOR TIPPI DINK: If you want to keep Herman out of danger, hang up that phone now!
SKEETER: Mayor Tippy, aren't we going to tell anyone about Herman Melville?
MAYOR TIPPI DINK: Now, if we call the newspaper, owned by Bluffco, and tell them we've got a story that Bill Bluff is a polluter, someone will kill the story and let's just say it won't be good for Herman either.
DOUG FUNNIE: So you're saying we can't tell anybody?
SKEETER: No Herman, use this.
MAYOR TIPPI DINK: No, we just have to tell them in a way that Mr. Bluff can't stop. We have to
call a citywide press conference,
make a big splash!
SKEETER: That's a great idea!
MAYOR TIPPI DINK: But until then we can't tell anybody about Herman Melville, for his sake. Can you boys keep him absolutely secret until tomorrow?
DOUG FUNNIE AND SKEETER: Sure! No problem!
MAYOR TIPPI DINK: I'll have the press come here tomorrow, meanwhile tonight we better keep him close by.
DOUG FUNNIE: We can keep him next door? At my house! We just have to keep people from seeing him.
MR. DINK: I think I have just the thing.
MRS. THEDA FUNNIE: What is going on?
DOUG FUNNIE: Uh, mom!
MRS. THEDA FUNNIE: Judith Funnie! I don't care if you want to rehearse your plays at home, but please, muddy flippers off the carpet!
DOUG FUNNIE: Oh she's, it's not Judy's fault Mom, it's mine. I'll be right down to clean it up.
MR. PHIL FUNNIE: Wow, sounds like Doug's
learning some responsibility.
MRS. THEDA FUNNIE: Oh, our little man.
DOUG FUNNIE: Oh, made it. Phew. Quiet.
MR. PHIL FUNNIE: Doug, is something the matter up there?
DOUG FUNNIE: Everything's fine Dad.
SKEETER: Shhhh, it's nothing Porkchop, see?
DOUG FUNNIE: The one time in your life, you decide to act like a real dog!
SKEETER: Sometimes it takes a while for dogs to get used to monsters man.
JUDY FUNNIE: Somebody puked?
MRS. THEDA FUNNIE: Judith Funnie, I don't think that's very nice. The least you could do is help clean up your mess!
JUDY FUNNIE: My mess? My mess? My mess. My mess? Oh, my mess!
MRS. THEDA FUNNIE: What's gotten into her?
DOUG FUNNIE: Oh you know, Judy.
SKEETER: Um, can I call my parents Mrs. Funnie? It's getting' kind of late.
DOUG FUNNIE: Late! What time is. Oh no, Patti! I was supposed to meet her at Swirly's. Gotta go! Oh man, Oh man, Oh man.
DOUG FUNNIE: I took every shortcut I could think of to get to Swirly's and even some I shouldn't have. Huh? Perfect! Great. I was late, I
looked like mud and I smelled
like monster. But I'd knew I'd done the right thing and I was hoping Patti would understand.
MR. SWIRLY: Yeah, she was here a long time. She looked kind of upset, then she left with a guy who kept talking about his big plans for some dance.
DOUG FUNNIE: Uh, thank you.
GUY GRAHAM: I see spotlights, dozens of them! Every colour of the rainbow, huge spinning hearts, it'll be big big big!
PATTI MAYONNAISE: Wow, that is big!
We're a great team!
Do you know that?
DOUG FUNNIE: Hey guys!
GUY GRAHAM: How did you get in here?
DOUG FUNNIE: Bought a ticket. Patti, can I talk to you alone?
PATTI MAYONNAISE: We're a little busy right now Doug, what is it?
DOUG FUNNIE: I came to apologize for being so late to Swirly's. I had a good reason. Something happened but I can't explain it now.
PATTI MAYONNAISE: Oh.
GUY GRAHAM: Couldn't get permission from your mommy? C'mon Patti, we don't have time for this little kids stuff.
DOUG FUNNIE: We have proof Mr. Bluff 's polluting the lake, that's why I.
GUY GRAHAM: Hold it right there. Listen pal, if I were you, I wouldn't go around saying stuff you can't prove!
DOUG FUNNIE: Well I've got proof!
GUY GRAHAM: What proof?
DOUG FUNNIE: I can't say.
GUY GRAHAM: Right, well you better watch yourself, Mr. Bluff got us into Funkytown to have a dance. If he hears you've been shooting your mouth off, we might be stuck dancing in the school parking lot! (laughs)
PATTI MAYONNAISE: What's the matter with that? I mean, if Doug's right, isn't the
truth more important than having the dance
GUY GRAHAM: Well I haven't heard any truth for one! People've been saying dumb stuff like that for years.
DOUG FUNNIE: You'll see tomorrow. It's going to be big, big, big, big news! Patti, in the mean time, I just came by to tell you I'm sorry I was late. But you'll see why tomorrow.
PATTI MAYONNAISE: See 'ya Doug. What's that?
GUY GRAHAM: Nothing, nothing babe. I'll be right back, gotta make a call.
BEEBE BLUFF: So I told Coach Spitz, I'm not allowed to sweat and he looked at me really mean, and then he says to give him five laps. Can I sue him daddy?
MR. BILL BLUFF: This better be important. Yes Guy? A picture of what? Of what?!
SKEETER: I talked to Mayor Tippy, she says the news conference is on! Tomorrow night in here front lawn.
DOUG FUNNIE: This'll be so great! I have to make sure Patti comes then she'll understand about Swirly's. I wonder what shoes I should wear.
MR. PHIL FUNNIE: You boys are up awful late, telling scary stories?
SKEETER: Uh, kinda Mr. Funnie.
MR. PHIL FUNNIE: Holler if you want me to check under the bed for monsters!
DOUG FUNNIE AND SKEETER: No!
DOUG FUNNIE: My parents are gone all day Herman, you
stay here, we'll be back after school
SKEETER: We're going to have to do something about Porkchop man, if he doesn't chill out the police are going to come.
DOUG FUNNIE: Yeah he's going nuts. Whoa! Porkchop, Nooo! I want you to be nice to Herman Melville!
SKEETER: I think we've all learned something here.
DOUG FUNNIE: I think I like the barking better.
BLUFF ASSISTANT: Our people have located monster tracks coming toward town. We have agents in the air, on the ground and one is underwater.
MR. BILL BLUFF: Not good enough! We have to find that monster now! It must be crushed!
BLUFF ASSISTANT: That was my lunch sir.
PATTI MAYONNAISE: A press conference? Wow, whatever you found must be important Doug!
DOUG FUNNIE: Trust me, it's happening on the Dink's lawn. We sort of have something in the house, but we can't show anybody. Will you come?
PATTI MAYONNAISE: Well I'm pretty busy with the.
DOUG FUNNIE: Please?
PATTI MAYONNAISE: Sure Doug, of course.
DOUG FUNNIE: I'm glad you trust me about this after you know, Swirly's.
PATTI MAYONNAISE: Forget it Doug. Just don't do it again or I'll brain 'ya!
DOUG FUNNIE: You'll find out everything tonight Patti, it'll all make sense. Gotta run, see 'ya.
PATTI MAYONNAISE:? Doug?
DOUG FUNNIE: Yeah?
PATTI MAYONNAISE: Should I bring Guy?
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2 going to the dance
3 can you get that
4 have big news
5 right thing to do
6 welcome to our school
7 know where to get
8 like your new home